Eazy-E – Eazy Duz It

Eazy-E - Eazy Duz ItEazy is hot off the streetz of Compton and got a CD packed with more plays on the name ‘Eazy’ than you could shake a stick at!

For maximum enjoyment, this CD has been reviewed with a remastered edition of the CD.

0. Prelude:

“Now you got the album- what the ***** u gonna do with it?!”

1. Still Talkin’

Starts off with two OGz talking about how they knew E when he was just a kid. Actually its really just the NWA boys! Eazy chats *****y in each verse broken down by the OGz talking and a crazy sample from the maestro in between. A great start to the CD.

2. Nobody Move ft MC Ren

Possibly one of the oldest stickups in rap. Eazy and Ren decide to perform a stickup and in true gangsta style, there are mishaps! The beat and Eazy’s storytelling style draw you in while the hook is tight as *****- “Nobody move, nobody gets hurt- BLAM!”

3. Ruthless Villain

Ren kicks a ‘corner of the block’ freestyle over a hyped drum look. Actually, the beat isn’t that hot but Ren’s lyrics are and E takes the hook. I’m still not even sure it’s even a freestyle but the Ren’s lyrics are still tight.

4. 2 Bad Mutha’s

Forget any Neptunes beat you heard, this is what a true drum driven beat is about. Yella takes the live drum kit (whether its live drums or programmed, I don’t know) to make one hell of an energetic drum driven beat. One of NWA’s best from before their EFIL4ZAGGIN style production. Quite possibly my favourite Eazy collabo, or Eazy song, period.

5. Boyz N The Hood 

Straight oldschool classic. One of E’s most memorable songs. E raps about driving round the hood in his ride and the day to day happenings he sees. Sounds very much true to 80’s rap. You totally have to feel this song. Make sure you turn up your speakers to fully experience this classic.

6. Eazy-Duz-It

FEEL the intro to this track! When I first heard it I hoped it would continue throughout the whole track. The actual song is still straight dope and got a nice selection of loops to keep it jumping

7. We Want Eazy

Made to sound like a live performance. The type of song that would sound dope on a live set. Sit back and vibe to this, its like being at an NWA concert! Great live-sounding instrumental. At the breaks people step to test E but he brushes them off with his *****y remarks!

8. Eazy-er Said Than Dunn

Slightly less up-tempo than the other cuts on the CD, “Eazy-er Said Than Dunn” has the same loop throughout and is broken down at the choruses. Not my favourite song on the CD

9. Radio

Another true classic from E. Eazy and the NWA posse are in the at the local radio taking phone calls. When I heard this song after a long while I thought it was a bit faster but the slightly slowed down beat adds to the funky step of the song. E is yelling his verses into the mic rapping about always having his music on the radio, the song has not one cuss word in it! Also utilises some aspects from NWA’s Eastcoast ‘cousins’ Public Enemy (listen to the chorus I mean)

10. No More ?’s

Great concept for a song. E is being interviewed but raps his answers instead of speaking them! I particularly like this song for its main loop which isn’t too dissimilar to some of Prince’s guitar riffs. The second verse is also commendable for the darker atmosphere of ‘ganking’

11. I’mma Break It Down

I heard NWA kicked out the Arabian Prince for making their beats too dancey. “I’mma Break It Down” is an example of the work he probably worked on. The sounds are quite jumpy and it sounds like “Something 2 Dance To,” but it’s still a pretty cool and energetic song.

12. Eazy-Chapter 8 Verse 10

The outro to the CD. Really is nothing special, just a church ceremony but in Eazy’s name (to add to the already numerous amount of ‘Eazy’ jokes made on the CD. Rather than a religious passage, its about a driveby. Typical Compton style…


Eazy-Duz-It is an album hard to fault. It represented the old “Straight Outta Compton” sound NWA had before their EFIL4ZAGGIN change in later years. Dre and Yella’s productions are tight and above the average sounds of the oldschool sounds of its day. Eazy is young, *****y and humorous and pack with lots of plays on his name. He is trendy, cool and dope, the anti-role model for ghetto kids. No one but Dre and Yella could have put together what they did. E’s voice is very recognisable and unique and made the style of shouting into the mic cool! E managed to pull off a classic, and the CD will hook you into the oldschool sounds. Its an essential.


Eazy-E – Str8 Off Tha Streetz Of Muthaphukkin Compton

Eazy-E - Str8 Off Tha Streetz Of Muthaphukkin Compton1. First Power (Intro)

2. Ole School Shit 

That is a tight ass song. DJ Yella produced the Beat. The lyrics are dope. This track features BG Knocc Out, Dresta and Sylk a.k.a. Sylk E. Fine. BG Knocc Out and Dresta take a few shots at Dre and Snoop on this one, Dresta raps “I tattoo Dre name on my chest/Cross it out just another nigga that I X-ed/And you won’t see R.I.P./You’ll see P.N.D./A Punk nigga deceased”. Overall this is a nice track, dope gangsta ass beat.

3. Sorry Louie

This one is another dope track. “Bashed his head in with my Louisville slugger” the hook goes. It’s a nice track, something nice to bump. Its gangsta as usual just like most of Eazy E’s shit.

4. Just Tah Let You Know 

Dope ass lyrics, with a decent beat. At first I wasn’t to crazy about “Just Tah Let You Know” but it will grow on you, and you will just have to listen to it. Dope ass shit.

5. Sippin’ On A 40 

This is a gangsta rap classic. Sippin’ on a 40 is straight classic. You probably won’t find someone who doesn’t like this song. Straight gangsta rap classic. Features BG Knocc Out and Dresta, Eazy E kicks a funny line when he says “Nigga u be drinkin’ out my bottle ***** that bullshit/ Still got semen on your lips/ From the homie’s dick/, that’s like the usual funny shit Eazy spits from time to time. Beat by DJ Yella.

6. Nutz On Ya Chin 

This beat makes ya bop your head. It’s a nice old school song. Production by Naughty By Nature. I just wish this track was a little bit longer, still a dope ass track.

7. Tha Muthaphukkin’ Real 

Eazy E and MC Ren rip this track up. This is the best song on this album. It’s a classic no doubt. The beat is real laid back, something nice to bump in your ride, just cruising. The beat is gangsta; DJ Yella produced it.

8. Lickin, Suckin, Phukkin 

I don’t see the point of this song, there is no lyrics to it, just some moaning, bad “song” skip it.

9. Hit The Hooker 

This is a nice old school song. I’m not too crazy about it but some other people might be. It’s a decent track, nothing special though.

10. My Baby’z Mama

This is a “***** my baby’s mama”, it’s decent, it’s another average track on this album. Average track.

11. Creep N Crawl 

Production by DJ Yella, this is a dope ass gangsta song, the beat is just gangsta, its that hard, rugged, street type shit. If you like that hardcore gangsta rap shit, you will definitely like this song. Definitely should peep it.

12. Wut Would You Do 

“Wut Would You Do” is a Death Row diss. It is one of the hardest Death Row disses I heard, its real tight, its on the same lines as “Real Muthaphukkin G’z”, Eazy E goes after Kurupt, Daz, Snoop, Dre and some other people on Death Row. It features Dirty Red. You should check out “Wut Would You Do”, dope song.

13. Gangsta Beat 4 Tha Street feat Menajahtwa, BG Knocc Out & Dresta 

The production is nice; it’s a feel good type track. The beat is definitely tight. Menajahtwa, Dresta, BG Knocc Out and Eazy E spit some verses on there. Check “Gangsta Beat 4 Tha Street” foe sho.

14. Eternal E 

This song doesn’t really have Eazy E verses on there. The beat is dope. Yella is on the intro, talking bout how Eazy wanted this track on this record. The beat is so west coast, it has that nice G Funk feel to it. It has parts from different Eazy E interviews on there, it is a nice track.


Overall, this is a nice album. It’s a classic; it has some highs and lows. But this album is real tight. You should definitely pick this album up. You need this CD in your collection. DJ Yella handled most of the production. The collaborations on there were really nice, from Dresta, to BG Knocc Out, to Sylk, to MC Ren. This is one of the best gangsta rap records I ever heard. I really loved this album.

Album Rating: 4.5/5

Eazy-E – Its On (Dr Dre) 187um Killa

Eazy-E - Its On (Dr Dre) 187um Killa1. Exxtra Special Thankz

This intro has a real nice beat to it, Eazy shouts out Dre and Snoop on this intro, nuthin special.

2. Real Muthaphuckkin G’s

This one of the best diss songs I ever heard in my whole life. This track is just crazy, crazy lyrics. This is a diss song to Snoop, Dre and Death Row basically. Real nice track, nice beat.

3. Any Last Werdz

This is another nice track, the beat is real G-Funk. The lyrics of this song is more like the gangsta type shit you usually hear from Eazy E. Real nice song to check out.

4. Still A Nigga

This track is a little laid-back type track, slow beat. Eazy E comes in nice on this track with some dope lyrics.

5. Gimme That Nutt

This track is kinda like those I wanna ***** You tracks, its kinda funny, not something I would bump all day, still a nice track though.

6. It’s On

This track is real dope, it starts off by Eazy E doing a parody of “Nuthin But A G Thang”, from this you can see that this track is going to be a Dr Dre diss. The disses on this track are really hard; Eazy E also takes some shots at Snoop Doggy Dogg and calling out Death Row. Real nice track. Nice G Funk.

7. Boyz N Tha Hood (G-Mix)

This is an upgraded version of the Boyz N Tha Hood track, the beat is more up to its dayz (G Funk). It’s the same lyrics and everything just a new beat, nice G Funk.

8. Down 2 Tha Last Roach

This track is real tight, it starts off with Dre sayin “I still express yo I don’t Smoke weed or ces” from NWA track called “Express Yourself” and scratches to a dude sayin “Biiitch” cause Dre was smoking weed all the time then. This is a get high song, real nice, dope track.

This album overall is dope. I consider it a classic, all tracks are dope. Beats are crazy lyrics are crazy. I definitely recommend this album if you don’t have it already. It’s a west coast classic if you ask me.

I rate it a 4/5.